‘The Savory Collection,’ a Mythical Trove of Jazz Recordings, Will Get a Digital Release

The recordings, from the archives of the sound engineer Bill Savory, will finally be available to the public via the National Jazz Museum and Apple Music.

The recordings, from the archives of the sound engineer Bill Savory, will finally be available to the public via the National Jazz Museum and Apple Music.

Review: ‘The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith’

When Smith, an esteemed photojournalist, moved to the flower district in Manhattan in the 1950s, he started shooting and taping his neighbors for almost a decade.

When Smith, an esteemed photojournalist, moved to the flower district in Manhattan in the 1950s, he started shooting and taping his neighbors for almost a decade.

Review: Herbie Hancock, Basking in a Boundless Legacy of Fusion

Joined by his band in Brooklyn, Mr. Hancock gave some intimations of what his next album might sound like and played a highly charged run-through of hits.

Joined by his band in Brooklyn, Mr. Hancock gave some intimations of what his next album might sound like and played a highly charged run-through of hits.

Music | Westchester: In Poughkeepsie, a Convergence of Jazz Greats

The stars of the Jazz in the Valley festival include the pianist Randy Weston and the drummer Jimmy Cobb.

The stars of the Jazz in the Valley festival include the pianist Randy Weston and the drummer Jimmy Cobb.